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Tag Archives: inside out
I’m really loving these retro-modern character designs for the French poster for Pixar’s Inside Out. It’s also the first time that the silhouette head was of Riley’s, the young girl in the film. The French title of the movie as … Continue reading
Well it’s here folks! The first real trailer for Pixar’s Inside Out has just dropped today. As we learned yesterday, Inside Out will look into the minds of not only Riley but her parents as well. This is our first … Continue reading
It looks like Pixar will be releasing a trailer for Inside Out tomorrow which they released a “teaser” for today: New casting: First we got news about Finding Dory and now we find that we are going to get a … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios has been on a steady pace of releasing one animated feature a year since “Meet the Robinsons” in 2007. However, due to a quirk in the production schedule at Pixar, you’ll have to wait two years … Continue reading